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June 2019

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29 June @ 8:00 pm | Universal Hall, Findhorn

Moishes Bagel's music consists of driving klezmer grooves, rootsy Scottish folk and tango stylings, classical virtuosity and power, inspired Latin jazz flavours; all brilliantly complemented by a richly unique percussion sound that includes Indian tabla and Middle Eastern darabuka. Equally at home in concert halls, village halls and on festival stages - the Bagels have all the right ingredients to make an evening special. In the 15 years they have been together, the Bagels have developed an instant musical chemistry…

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30 June @ 4:00 pm | Craigmonie Centre, Drumnadrochit

Moishes Bagel's music consists of driving klezmer grooves, rootsy Scottish folk and tango stylings, classical virtuosity and power, inspired Latin jazz flavours; all brilliantly complemented by a richly unique percussion sound that includes Indian tabla and Middle Eastern darabuka. Equally at home in concert halls, village halls and on festival stages - the Bagels have all the right ingredients to make an evening special. In the 15 years they have been together, the Bagels have developed an instant musical chemistry…

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July 2019

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13 July @ 7:30 pm | Easdale Island Hall, Easdale Island

THE MOIRA MONOLOGUES Meet Moira Bell, cleaner, single mother, and the hardest woman in Falkirk. Whether defending her wee dog Pepe from the local rottweiler, attempting to seduce a teacher, or belting out Diana Ross for the Scotia karaoke night, Moira is hilarious, hypnotic, frightening and heart-warming company. Based on the stories and characters Alan encountered growing up in the Hallglen area of Falkirk, where The Moira Monologues first premiered, Moira, her long-suffering pal Babs, her neighbour (Bawface), her laddies (they’re gid…

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18 July @ 8:00 pm | Lyth Arts Centre, Lyth

THE MOIRA MONOLOGUES Meet Moira Bell, cleaner, single mother, and the hardest woman in Falkirk. Whether defending her wee dog Pepe from the local rottweiler, attempting to seduce a teacher, or belting out Diana Ross for the Scotia karaoke night, Moira is hilarious, hypnotic, frightening and heart-warming company. Based on the stories and characters Alan encountered growing up in the Hallglen area of Falkirk, where The Moira Monologues first premiered, Moira, her long-suffering pal Babs, her neighbour (Bawface), her laddies (they’re gid…

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19 July @ 8:00 pm | Universal Hall, Findhorn

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra is back with its annual (and usually sold-out) concert. The Orchestra's superb principal Cellist Philip Higham is soloist in Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations - a work that tips its hat to the eighteenth century, but is utterly Romantic at heart. The opening of Mozart's 'Paris' Symphony is one of the grandest, most thrilling sounds, with Mozart making use of clarinets for the first time in a symphony. Conductor Philipp von Steinaecker continues the genial high spirits and…

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